This look into the lives of African grandmothers, who raise their grandchildren because their parents died of things such as AIDS, is fantastic. It is a heartwarming look into their lives and the lives of their grandchildren. The conditions are bad and food is scarce, but it is inspirational how they still keep striving and try to be as happy as they possibly can. This documentary also shows that people can be happy without many luxuries. It is their family and friends that keep them together and stable. I wonder how the people in this documentary are doing now because it was released in 2007. While I highly enjoyed this documentary, I think that it could be even longer. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn about important world issues and who might want to help the cause.
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